Pengcheng Wei

Dr. Pengcheng Wei received his doctoral degree in 2008 from the China Agricultural University. Since 2014, he has been working in the Rice Institute of Anhui Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Dr. Wei’s research focuses on application basis of crop biotechnology, gene editing and regulation mechanism of crop stress response.

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Our team published a paper "Genome editing mediated by SpCas9 variants with broad non-canonical protospacer-adjacent motif compatibility in plants" in Molecular Plant on December 27, 2020. Streptococcus pyogenes Cas9 (SpCas9) is the most widely used genome editing ...Learn More

In this new article, we provide an efficient and easy-to-use ABE system for plant adenine base editing. More importantly, the study offers a general strategy to optimize efficiency of stable transformation‐based plant genome editing. The plasmid pPUN411-ABEH introduced in this ...Learn More

  1. Liu X, Qin R, Li J, Liao S, Shan T1, Xu R, Wu D, Wei P. "A CRISPR-Cas9-mediated domain-specific base-editing screen enables functional assessment of ACCase variants in rice". Plant Biotechnol J (2020)

  2. Ruiying Qin, Juan Li, Xiaoshuang Liu, Rongfang Xu, Jianbo Yang & Pengcheng Wei. "SpCas9-NG self-targets the sgRNA sequence in plant genome editing". Nature plants (2020)

  3. Juan Li Ruiying Qin Yuandi Zhang Shanbin Xu Xiaoshuang Liu Jianbo Yang Xiuqing Zhang Pengcheng Wei. "Optimizing plant adenine base editor systems by modifying the transgene selection system". Plant Biotechnol J (2019).

  4. R. Xu, R. Qin, H. Li, J. Li, J. Yang, and P. Wei, 'Enhanced Genome Editing in Rice Using Single Transcript Unit Crispr-Lbcpf1 Systems', Plant Biotechnol J (2018).

  5. R. Qin, J. Li, H. Li, Y. Zhang, X. Liu, Y. Miao, X. Zhang, and P. Wei, ‘Developing a highly efficient and wildly adaptive CRISPR‐SaCas9 toolset for plant genome editing’. Plant Biotechnol J (2018).

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